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Leonard G. Siegal
Farmington Hills - Leonard G. Siegal of Farmington Hills passed away on November 22 at age 93. Born in Detroit in 1924, Leonard graduated Cass Technical High School and was immediately drafted to fight in WW II. He served as an artillery reconnaissance officer and was awarded the
Bronze Star during the Battle of the Bulge. He graduated with honors from the
University of Michigan College of Architecture which began his 65 year architecture practice as the founder of Siegal-Tuomaala Associates, retiring only months before his death.
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